What’s it like shopping inside a Target store in San Fransisco, California?
Ever since the Golden State effectively decriminalized shoplifting, crime has run rampant in the state — especially in super-liberal San Francisco.
The city has seen scores of shops close up in recent years, almost all citing rampant crime.
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Shopping at the stores that still remain in San Francisco involves a lot of patience, it seems… because almost every single item is behind security glass that customers need to have unlocked in at least one aisle.
Take a look at a 0:30 video inside a San Francisco Target —
Crime has become so rampant, there has been talk that Gov. Gavin Newsom, D-Calif., may deploy the California National Guard to San Francisco to help fight the wave of deadly drugs circulating the streets.
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“Two truths can co-exist at the same time: San Francisco’s violent crime rate is below comparably sized cities like Jacksonville and Fort Worth — and there is also more we must do to address public safety concerns, especially the fentanyl crisis,” Newsom said in a press release last Friday.
“We’re taking action,” his statement said. “Through this new collaborative partnership, we are providing more law enforcement resources and personnel to crack down on crime linked to the fentanyl crisis, holding the poison peddlers accountable, and increasing law enforcement presence to improve public safety and public confidence in San Francisco.”
San Francisco Mayor London Breed, a Democrat, cheered Newsom’s pledge to help fight the unchecked “open-air drug dealing” happening all over the city.
“I want to thank Governor Newsom for this critical support to help break up the open-air drug dealing happening in our city,” Breed said.
“Our Police Department and District Attorney have been partnering to tackle this issue and increase enforcement, but our local agencies can use more support,” he said.
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“With the Governor’s leadership and clear direction, our state enforcement agencies can partner with us to make a difference for our residents, businesses, and workers who are living with the impacts every day.”
The Horn editorial team